Reviews and Problems with Sony Ericsson Satio / Idou / Ui1
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2 February 2012
Summary: I had high expectations for this phone Sony Ericsson Satio but the truth by using it I realized that if you ask me now if I want to change it if you would do as apezar you have a 12-megapixel camera here in Costa Rica, I has served for nothing I can not even access the 3G lines are supposed to...
Summary: I bought this phone after two relatively satisfactory experiences with previous SE models. The main problem I had with the previous models (the more recent one being a W880i with a brilliantly slick design) was that after about two years the point where the charging cable gets jacked got ruined and...
Summary: I have had this phone for about a year now and its a miserable failure on Sony's part to let it stay in the marketplace with all its bugs unfixed. Screen response is practically non-functional (its a touchscreen phone). This point alone leaves the phone unusable.
Summary: I bought this product as a Christmas present for my 18 year old son. He used it for a litle bit more then one month and now it wont turn on the screen ? How can this be possible ? Sony Ericcson realy has a very poor quality !! So bettter don't buy products of this brand.
Summary: I purchased this phone with high hopes, despite endless criticism on the web. I had hoped that the new firmware update had solved all of the problems. I was WRONG. I was willing to forget all of the bad features of the phone for a good camera, but after taking five photos the entire phone froze up!!
Summary: The phone may look nice but it's not a smart phone and there's hardly any apps available but then it's not a smart phone/android. It has a superb camera and it can make and receive phones calls and sms but that's about it.
Summary: Sony Ericsson was riddled with problems from the very beginning. But because I was young and stupid when it came out, And Not to mention its hefty price-tag. I couldn't afford one back then and decided too 'relive' the dream of owning one. And I did regret it.